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's start with this. lance slide. it's not like we didn't see this coming for a long time. lance armstrong's cheating and deceptions have been chronicled, reported and testified for years. lance armstrong was no ordinary cheat, no fourth outfielder or linebacker hoping for extra muscle. lance armstrong was an international hero, a seven-time tour de france, winner, the babe ruth, mohammad ali, the usain bolt of his sport. not to mention a public face in the fight against cancer. yet in his confessional last night with oprah, he confessed only what was obvious to anyone who wanted to see it, that he doped throughout his cycling career. but armstrong did not admit to cheating, denied he was a doping ringleader, didn't admit to bullying and worst of all, seemed emotionally incapable of sympathy for ts people whose lives he ruined and money he took when they tried to do nothing more than tell the truth about what he had done. joining me is "the daily beast's" buzz bissinger and sports editor for "the nation" dave zirin. buzz, i have to bring it up, in august of 2012, just five months ago, you
on extra, he was being interviewed. do you have any advice for lance armstrong? which i don't think a year ago would have thought arnold would be giving advice to anyone. he was saying people are forgiving. they're just not forgiving when you lie. the cover-up gets you into trouble. i think that is what people are saying right now about lance. i mean, it is very different if you have personal issues versus issues that involved cheating. the biggest cover-up in sports history, really. and then all the attacks that lance armstrong made on all of the whistle-blowers. so i think that is a very different story than the personal issues. neil: i agree with you there. i think you hit it right on the head there. i also think that there comes with it, and i don't mean to be cynical or snide, there comes with hollywood or former hollywood guys an expectation that they cheat, or that they're not faithful the i'm not saying that is fair or right. i'm saying that is a side of the view. there is sort of roguish kind of liking of a lot of folks have for arnold schwarzenegger. i don't think that same sort
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from lance armstrong this week. 2 1/2 hours with oprah winfrey. here's a part of it. >> did it feel wrong? >> no. scary. >> did you feel bad about it? no. even scarier. >> did you feel in any way that you were cheating? >> no. the scariest. >> not a lot of contrition there. >> the rewards of athletic excellence in this country are astonishingly high and therefore the temptation to cheat is astonishingly high and we see it throughout -- we've seen it in track and field probably more than any other. baseball has had its problem. you can't tell me the people in football don't look that way without human growth and hormones and steroids. it's a pandemic problem and the country is wide awake to it now. every time this happens someone says the loss of innocence. who is innocent? i mean -- >> he was such a bully about it. i mean all those years of saying, no, no, and suing people and all of that. no, it's just -- it's so outrageous. it's sort of another whole level of outrageousness. >> you know, i know lance. i've been to lance's house. i've been out to dinner with lance. i live in austin
despicable vile human being to set foot on planet earth and i am so happy to have him. lance armstrong. >> hello, there, piers. i am excited to be here tonight to apologize to all the viewers out there who couldn't find the own network on their television. >> lance, in your interview with oprah, you did admit to using drugs, but a lot of people said that you showed no re force whatsoever. >> who said that? who? they're liars. >> lance, lance. >> you know, i am sorry. totally sorry. that was my fault. i accept full responsibility. even though you did provoke me, you know. so the blame is probably 70/30 on you, you know. also, i think a lot of the reason i just yelled is because of the cancer i had which is not an excuse. you know, i mean, unless you think it is. the most important thing is i never, ever
. welcome to "access hollywood". after years of denial lance armstrong admitted to oprah that yes he did in fact take performance enhancing drug during all 7 wins. >> he destroyed lives. his spin go far beyond cycling. >> the defines. that attitude. that arrogance. you can not deny it. you watch that clip. that's an air gapt pevrnlt i go like at this air gapt prick. >> he said it. >> his words not mine snrit we thought it. >> all right. most people would agree. over lying theme last nature oprah next chapter interview may have been controlled. >> might have been but oprah took most of that from him right at the beginning for opening line of questioning which only required lance to say yes or no. >> did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance. >> yes. >> was one of those banned substances e p o. >> yes. >> in all 7 of your tour de france victories, did you ever take banned substances or blood doping. >> yes. >> in your opinion was it huma humanly possible to win the tour de france without doping? >> not in my opinion. >> great way to open from oprah. tak
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